The Motor. Oh, that motor. I must admit I have a soft spot in my heart for the GS boxer motor. My only experience with the boxer is my 4 years on my R1200 GS Adventure. I had never ridden a boxer motor before. I was more into horsepower – Japanese sport bikes and monsterly […]
Part 1 of our 2014 BMW R1200 GS Adventure Ride Review. Here we cover ABS Pro mode. Does it really work off road? Hint: Get ready to see ABS on skinny dirt bikes soon!
I just got back from the BMW R1200 GS Adventure press launch technical briefing where BMW product managers reviewed what is new on the 2014 R1200GS Adventure. Of course most people know about the motor changes. But in fact there are a host of changes to the bike – some big, some minor in detail. […]
Adventure Rider Magazine has been invited by BMW Motorrad North America to attend their R1200 GS Adventure press intro in Sedona, AZ. I am attending the event as both a writer and photographer. Press intro’s are interesting. They are a good way to get our hands on a new bike for a test ride, but […]
After a long delay and lots of trials and tribulations, the next issue of Adventure Rider Magazine is finally out and available! Everyone here at Adventure Rider Magazine World Headquarters (me and a black lab named Levi) are going to kick back, drink a beer and celebrate the delivery of yet another issue. Well, I […]
Last summer Adventure Rider Magazine publisher James Pratt was on a return trip from the Adventure Rider Challenge and stopped to camp in southern Utah. While there he took this 3D panorama picture of his campsite. [pano file="http://www.advridermag.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/2010-0509-0043-Panorama_out.swf" width="580" height="450" title="Southern Utah Primitive Camping"]